Kya Publishing to Participate in the Durham Caribbean Festival on June 29 at Pickering High School

TORONTO, ONT (May 2019) - Toronto-based Publishing and Communications company Kya Publishing will be participating in the upcoming Durham Caribbean Festival, on Saturday, June 29th. The all day festival, taking place at Pickering High School (180 Church Street North, Ajax) will be a part of the official Durham Caribbean Week festivities, and is the largest Caribbean celebration in the Durham Region.

Featuring street performers, live entertainment, children's activities, a carnival parade, marketplace, and a special Caribbean Breakfast Party, the Festival will celebrate their 9th year in operation with free admission for all and an exciting cultural experience for the community to enjoy. At the new location this year, attendees will be able to take part in indoor and outdoor activities.

"Taking part in the Durham Caribbean Festival back in 2013 was an important experience for us, and we are happy to return for this year's special Caribbean Breakfast Party," said Kya Publishing's Stacey Marie Robinson. "The Durham Region has a growing and thriving Caribbean community helping to shape the culture and enterprise of the area. We look forward to attending the Festival this year to showcase our books and services, and to celebrate Durham Caribbean Week with our neighbours and peers!"

At the Festival, Kya Publishing will feature the books of their Urban Toronto Tales collection, as well as the novels of Canadian urban fiction author Kamilah Haywood. Brochures and information about their communication services will also be available, along with personnel on site for questions, inquiries, and book signings.

For more information about the Durham Caribbean Festival, please visit their website (www.DurhamCaribbeanFestival.com).

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